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025, height 10 mils. 45 Notes: 1. R in mΩ , L in nH, C in pF 2. Dimensions are in mils. 3. Planes are evenly spaced. 4.
R in mΩ , L in nH, C in pF 2. Dimensions are in mils. 3. Planes are evenly spaced. 4.
054” 23 dB Notes: 1. Copper: 1 oz, electrodeposited 2. 50, height: 30 mils 3. 2 pF/in Inductance 42 x 42 60 x 60 (≈ 0603) (≈ 0805) Notes: 1. Copper: 1 oz, electrodeposited, strip-line. 2. 025, height 10 mils. 45 Notes: 1. R in mΩ , L in nH, C in pF 2. Dimensions are in mils. 3. Planes are evenly spaced. 4.